The John H. Pace, Jr. ’39 Center for Civic Engagement warmly invites Princeton University staff, faculty and students to be part of Month of Service at Princeton University. Service deepens our sense of connection to our community, and it strengthens the bonds we have to the people with whom we serve. 

Annually, our Princeton community gathers together to bring to life our informal motto – “Princeton in the nation’s service and the service of humanity” – demonstrating a commitment to pursuits that benefit the public good. 

Save the "Month" - November 2024

Events and programs will be announced for Month of Service 2024 in September. 

Put Your Values into Action

For departments, groups, or individuals interested in service activities to support the campus and surrounding communities, you can get involved with:

Learn and Reflect

Preparation, reflection and building relationships are foundational for doing service well and making a positive impact. Here are some ways you can learn and reflect: 

  • Plan a reflection activity

    • The Pace Center's reflection learning library offers a variety of activities and resources for you to plan a reflection activity for your group or department. 
  • Take a tour of a local community

    • The Historical Society of Princeton offers guided walking tours of the Princeton community as well as digital tours. The Pace Center partners with local community members to offer curated tours of Princeton and Trenton. If you are interested in planning a tour for your group or department, contact Dave Brown, associate director. 

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